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SOLAZ LOS CABOS DEVELOPED BY SORDO MADALENO ARCHITECTS, WILL HOST THE 2016 ATP WORLD TOUR

"The ATP announced on Wednesday that the ATP World Tour 250 tournament would be transferred to Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico, following acquisition of the event by Grupo Pegaso." (First Published by ATPWorldTour.com, November 18, 2015).


  *Photo courtesy of ATPWorldTour.com, ©Peter Staples

With this partnership, Grupo Pegaso reaffirms its commitment to Mexico's development in the sport industry by delivering and organizing high quality events, and further consolidation of men’s professional tennis in México.

The Abierto Mexicano 250 Los Cabos, will have a total financial commitment of nearly US$800,000, ranking as the highest in its category in the Americas Region. The new hard court tournament will take place from August 8 to August 14 in the 2016 season and will become part of North America's Summer Tour.

Solaz Los Cabos developed by Sordo Madaleno Architects, will host this magnificent tournament. Every aspect of this Starwood Luxury collection Hotel provides comfort and exclusivity to satisfy guests and spectators, which symbolizes the commitment of Quinta del Golfo de Cortez Group, owners of the resort.



The Abierto Mexicano 250 Los Cabos will live up to its name, showing the world the unique natural beauty of this gorgeous site, considered one of Mexico's most important tourist destinations.

“The ATP World Tour features 62 tournaments in 31 countries, showcasing the world’s best athletes competing in many of the world’s greatest destinations. We’re delighted to welcome Los Cabos to the ATP World Tour. We look forward to the inaugural tournament in 2016, and many successful years ahead.” - Chris Kermode, ATP Executive Chairman & President

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